Skip to Main Content
image

About the Journal

The Journal of Chiropractic Education is an international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing research and scholarly articles pertaining to education theory, pedagogy, methodologies, practice, and other content relevant to the health professions academe. Journal contents are of interest to teachers, researchers, clinical educators, administrators, and students.

image

Latest Articles

The influence of online review videos on gross anatomy course performance among doctor of chiropractic students
A pilot study to determine the consistency of peak forces during cervical spine manipulation utilizing mannequins
Current Issue
Volume 34,
Issue 1
1 March 2020

About the Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Bart Green, DC, MSEd, PhD

ISSN: 1042-5055
eISSN: 2374-250X
Publication Frequency: Twice yearly

Most Cited Articles

Reassessing the educational environment among undergraduate students in a chiropractic training institution: A study over time
Learning spinal manipulation: A best-evidence synthesis of teaching methods
Featured Article

About JCE

  • Indexed in PubMed, Emerging Sources Citation Index, CINAHL, MANTIS, AMED, ICL, ReadCube, and Scopus.
  • Available online and in print.
  • No manuscript submission fees.
  • Accepted manuscripts released as In Press/Online First.
  • Double blinded peer-review.
  • Open access, no embargoes.
  • Cross linked references.


Featured Article

Request Permissions

To request permission to reuse content from this journal, please email your request to the Editor-in-Chief at JChiroEd@aol.com.

Publication Ethics

The Journal of Chiropractic Education adheres to high ethical standards for publication as set forth by the following organizations:

Before submitting your manuscript, it is highly recommended to check it for plagiarism using plagiarism detection software, such as:

Close Modal
This Feature Is Available To Subscribers Only

Sign In or Create an Account

Close Modal
Close Modal